Notes on tying:
1. Tie in 4 strands of peacock herl.
2. Wrap body with peacock herl to form a tapered body that is thicker in front.
3. Tie off.
This is a pattern that Craig Mathews demonstrated at the 1992 HFFA meeting and is listed in his Fly Patterns of Yellowstone. This is about the easiest fly in the world to tie and it is very effective. Never leave home without a dozen.
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